Dewar's x Freemans Sporting Club Travel Roll

A limited edition release for Holiday 2012, Scotland’s Dewar’s has tapped Freemans Sporting Club to

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A limited edition release for Holiday 2012, Scotland’s Dewar’s has tapped Freemans Sporting Club to create a premium travel roll for its signature blended Scotch whisky. A modern take on the roll that Tommy Dewar used to carry a bottle of his father’s whisky around the world, the piece is constructed of water-repellent 18 oz. waxed canvas with hand-cut bridle leather straps from England’s J&E Sedgwick & Co. Lined in Dewar’s signature Highlander Tartan fabric, the roll is accompanied by a custom flask and six multifunctional interior pockets for a variety of utilities. Handmade in New York City, the Dewar’s x Freemans Sporting Club Travel Roll is now available for $150 USD from FSC’s web shop.

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